Machine Gun Kelly Releases Acoustic Video Version of ‘Bloody Valentine’

Machine Gun Kelly (EST 19XX/Bad Boy/Interscope Records) has released an acoustic version of ‘Bloody Valentine’, along with a new music video to accompany the vocal performance. While strumming on the acoustic guitar, the music video places Machine Gun Kelly on top of a breath-taking hilltop while sitting on his motorcycle.

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MACHINE GUN KELLY RELEASES NEW SINGLE ‘BLOODY VALENTINE’

“Bloody Valentine” is Machine Gun Kelly’s first highly anticipated single from his upcoming album ‘Tickets to My Downfall’.

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Machine Gun Kelly Releases Video For ‘5:3666’ Ft. Phem

Machine Gun Kelly takes viewers on a dark, winding journey in the music video for his latest release, ‘5:3666’, featuring Phem.

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Machine Gun Kelly Releases Video For New Single ‘El Diablo’

Machine Gun Kelly returns with another video, this time it’s a tripped out visual which showcases both his edgy, and his carefree sides.

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ash.ØK – ‘Breathe Me In’

ash.ØK is wholly independent, and makes his music without a label or a corporate machine behind him, and yet he’s still managed to forge his way through the music industry, and has worked with a number of well-known artists, and seasoned veterans over the years.

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The Vamps – ‘Night And Day’ (Day Edition)

It’s been a year since The Vamps dropped the first half of their ‘Night And Day’ album, ‘Night Edition’. Last Friday they released the ‘Day Edition’, allowing fans to finally hear the entire double album in full.

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Interscope Records Hosts Star-Studded 2018 Pre-BET Awards Party

Stars collided at Interscope Records’ annual BET Awards pre-party, held last night at Poppy in West Hollywood.

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Mike Shinoda’s ‘Post Traumatic’ Is A Sad Album Yet Serves As A Catharsis For Linkin Park Fans As Much As For Him

‘Post Traumatic’ by Mike Shinoda, is a sad album. There’s no getting past it. Written in the shadow of the suicide of his friend and Linkin Park bandmate, Chester Bennington, Shinoda uses the deeply personal album as a catharsis to work through his feelings. The 16 track full length album follows on from the EP of the same name, released in January this year.

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